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Ladies' Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 22 December 1893

Ladies' Gossip, ; Last week (writes "Hebe" in the "Gentlewoman ') I saw at a children's tea-party a little boy of five. -J-a? ,e4. d *rlr.h.n ru,'luao ? eye maiden of out the same age, sitting together ih a large arm.chair. They were playing with a new toy, and were quite absorbed in trying to break it, when a dear fair-haied. blue.eyed little girl came near, and tried to enter into the conversation and to ex amine-.the interesting object that they were so busy playing with. The li?e boy was quite willing that she should ?in them, but black-eyes pushed away ble eyes vigorously, and said. " Go away, he's my little boy '' Truly, the child is mother to the woman. ! Her Majesty has desired the Duke ib Coburg to bring over to England all he Prince Consort' letters to his brother, the late Duke Ernest, and they will be plsmd mong the Queen 's unique collection of political papers, which is preserved in the private library at Buckingham Palace. Lady Burton is having a fine memorial stained...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 22 December 1893

GENERAL EXTRAOTS. An innocent pickpocket has turned.up -i Paris. Madame BMarie Morellivingat No. 60 Rue d'Argont, went out the other diy, to see the fetes in honor of the :Russian visitors. Returning hoieo she took off her cloak and put it in- her wardrobe. The next day, what was her uprise, ontakingit out again, to find clinging to the beadwork trimming a lady's gold watch arid chain. She then remembered that she had been very hard pressed in the crowd the day before, and she came to the conclusion that she must have picked somebody's pocket without knowing it. The watch and chain are in the hands of the police, but the owner had not been found when the above (ex tracted) paragraph was written. A threatened crisis in the existence of the Gloucestershire County Cricket Club has (reports a London paper) happily been avoided. It was matter of common knowledge during the summer that a good doer of friction has arisen in the team, and a climax was reached when Mr W. G. Grace wrote to th...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dod Parasites. HOW TOGUARD AGAINST THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

od Parasites. HOW TO IUARD AGAI~JT TIIEM. On the jeot indicated by the above headings d . Wynter Blyth, an American profesor of glene, writes : With th caption of strain, of meobani. cal injury, 'ongenital defect, of mineral, alkaloidal organic poisoning it would seem tha all diseases are of a more or le parasitic nature. A few of the parasiti germs are taken in by the breath, a e are inoculated through wounds, but for the ot part they are ewallowed through ea g or drinking unclean msolid or fluids. F may be unclean from being derived fo diseased plant or a diseased animal, or may be accidentally unclean in the 1 aicceptation of the word.. Now, wt rear-d to the larger pare. sites, the is to say, such parsaltes as the varlen inds of tapeworm, of trichina, of tilarla, fluke, of coceidia and otheas, all capable ther themselves or their coarser effects seen with the naked eye, animals a far more subject to them than men. I t, like the augurs of old, the entrails fish, of fowl, of cat, o...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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SUMMER HOTEL DONT'S. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

SUMMER HOTEL DONT'S. Don't--oh, dou't--chew toothpicks after meals. I have seen tbemnost charminglooking girls dancing out of fahionable dining rooms with toothpicks clinohed between their pearly teeth, as though theirlives depended on it. A drolning man will cltch at a straw, they say, but a woman eshobd be going down for the third time before eke should clutch at a toothpick. 4 Don't make faces oathe food before you. People at adjacent tables may observe your facial calisthenics and may think the entire dinner is bad. Tere are always one or two dishes out of to ' fifty.als on a fashionable menu card which e fit toeat Don't eat too oh. This may seem so unnecessary wa g, but it is not. I have noticed profession beauties struggle through a dinner which would make an oetri:h turn pale with en and then go off and take dyspepsia capsul for the rest of the even. Ing: Don't glare at comers. They pay their bills, poor thige send though they have not been at the hotel long as you they are h...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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A Passenger's Vivid Dream. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

A Passenger's Vivid Dream. o A young business man of Moline, Ill., bought a furnaceand had it set uo on a Satur. day. Sunday he worked all day showing his wife how to work it, so she would not burn the house down, and that evening he took a sleeper for St. Louis. Near Fulton he had a vivid dream. He thoughthis house was afire and his family was lookeod up inside. With yells of desperation, which fairly froze the blood of the other passengere in the sleeper, he kicked in the door and found the floor burned away, his wife and every thing in the house cremated, and he himself landed in the cellar with a heavy thud. The blow awoke him, and picking himself up he found himself by the aide of the railroad track. Glancing about him, expecting to see the train a wreck and the other passeneers killed, he saw in the starlight his train vanishing in the dis tance. He had actually nicked out the double window of his berth with his bare feet and thrown himself feet first through the window to the...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

cosrnnauxo. - Why is a woman mending her atockingi deo formed? Because her hand are wher her feet belong. Why is a doctor never sea-sick He is used to see sickness. Why is a door in the potential od. It's would, or should be. What ticketh closer than a rother? A pootage-stomp, by gum tm -PWhyeisatintcanti? d to a g's tail like death ? It's bound to occur. Why is the North Pole an illicit whisky manu. factory? It is a secret still. What is the difference between an engineer and a school-teacher? One trainsthe mind and the other minds the train. A gentleman was seated near a lrely woman when the comoany around him wae proposing coonudrums to each other. Tnming to his comlanion, he said: "Why is a lady unlike a mirror? ' She gave it up. "Bicause," said the rude fellow, "a mirror redacts without speaking, but a lady speaks withoutreflectiog." .And why era ynou unlike a mnroro?" asked the ladF. He could not tell. 'BleCaUea a mirror is smooth and polished, ao you are rough and unpolished....

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Spring Valley. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

---:o' - [YRaor ou$ OwaN CQRRBitO NDEtT.JT DuRING Sunday night lightshowers of rain fell at intervals, and Monday morning, Xmas Day, broke with a cloudy sky. Rain fell during the day and tended to damp the ardor of several parties. of piekickelkrs camped in this locality. The breaking up for the holidays was celebrated at the Glenburn State school, .on the. 22nd inst, by a picnic and. spprt. arranged by the inhabitants of this neighl or hood for the children attending thq school. The. cvet proved a fair success and all presentappeared to thoroughlyenjoy them selves, Miss McPhail, teacher of the school was anriing in her'efforts to make the affair a pleasant one. The following gentlemen officiated at the sports :--Judge, Mr. G. Match tt; han.diapper, Mr. S. blatchett; starter, Mr. ,W. Walker; secretary, Mr. D. Walkerj In the eyening a ball was held, and w ell attended. Mr. J. Underwood, Jun., plied the music, arid lr. E. Brady acted :' MC. -

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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DON'T BE INQUISITIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

DoN'T BE QIXOOOSY. A postcard was dropped into a letter box addressed to the "Rev. John P--" It was an ordinary card, and the postmaster was an ordinary postmaster. He took it up, glanced at the address, turned it leisurely over, and read: "You to whom this card is not addressed, and who nevertheless read it, are a a con temptible, unprincipled sneak, and a prying, pusillanimons coward.-George F. Fry. The postmaster laid the card gently down and lounged meekly to the other end of the office. In due time a clerk came upon the card, perused it, and began to employ himself busily in the affairs of the realm. How the card fared with the various persons through whose hands it passed it is impossible to say: nor is it known whether it was read by the woman who is postmistress of the office from which the Itev. John P- is supposed to get his letters; but the report is that on that day she smashed a bottle of ink by flinging it at the head of a boy who asked her if they ever readpostcards a...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Cricket. NORTHCOTE V. ANGLESEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

&'rititet. r . OR.TH,COOTE V. ANGLESEY at ASSOcIATIOWN p A 2Trto bfetween the )gpglthcoto Cricket Club and a team picked from the eight clubs in the Anglesey Aso.acjation was played at Seymour on M ?lda'. Of the team chosen to represent Itjc association, four were unable to play, miulJ Wilson took the place of Carr (Yea), Trzise the place of Begg (Broadford), ', K├Żentedy (Tallarook), the place of Mloss (AveDel,) and S. Walker (Seymour), the place of Robinson (Flowerdale). General regret was expressed at the absence of Begg, Carr, and Robinspn, for although the substitutes were all capable cricketers it sas felt that it would have been tmore satisfactory to all concerned had the team as chosed by the delegates takeni the field. Barrett captained he combined leam and won the toss from lfayes. The wicket was in a very bad state and rain was falling and there were signs of its 7t contiruing throughoit the day. Barrett fc therefore elected to bat, and sent liilliear and Wilson to...

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Bessie Brown, M.D. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

Bessie Brown, MD. -e 'Twas April when she came to town, The birds had come, the bees were swarming; Her name, she said, was Doctor Brown; I saw at onceo that the was charming. She took a cottage tinted green, Where deery roses love to mingle; And on the door, next day, was seen A dainty little shingle. Her hair was like an amber wreath; Her hat was darker, to enhance it; The violet eyes, that glowed beneath, Were brighter than her keenest lancet; The beauties of her glove and gown The sweetest rhyme would fail to utter; Ere she had been a day in town The town was in a flutter. The gallants viewed her feet and hands, And swore they neversaw such weethings; The goesips met in purring bands And tore her piecemeal o'er the tea-things; The former drank the Doctor's health With clinkiug cups, the gay carousers; The latter watched her door by stealth, Just like so many mousers. But Doctor Bessie went her way, Unmindful of the spiteful cronies; And drove herbuggy every day Behind a d.,ahig ...

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E[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

most rng " Say no more to and was s audience than of their song, " t isi wilt undoubtedly b inGeorg is a copy of the gone through re that is turn the wsual place,s Walton "Conto dresong and dance," Mr.osy W. Watkins; finale Taiouldn'r buy me a bcharacters by J Ros Partng, "Say no mo to lar d a man, Mra Edwardss; song, "Th Grollage ack Le ver ful doeis song, "The sImpe pimp Geurge Levick; encore he "Irish song,' The picture that is turnedlu, the alddingl," Ir. Tames Walton Mic,"ontort act," Signor D'Alton; song, "The MiVe, a dream of home," r. \V. Watkons finale. "O'RTaior Dummies," characterds y J" essdards. G. Leick, an J. Valton and Littleris Rosy. Part 2, Song," Soldier and a man," Mr. 1. Edwards; song, "Village Bllack specialty " TeachiMr Jmesng McFalton song, inWaltz enore ailo M Will WaHornp tkin, encore quest) resyou veriy carfl doen's it;" song, "o did laugh Mr G Levick, encore, I"lrish wedding;" Irish specialty "Pour Dick," Mr. Will Watkins;encore song, and dance. 0 O'Raffe...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Bill Nye on Horseback. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

I Bill Nye on Horseback. |Bill Nve has taken to equestrianism for insomnia" He relates his experience as follows: " Two weeks ago I began horseback riding at the suggestion of my physician, who is a thoroughly good man and senior warder and tjler in our church here. "To-day my polse is normal. "Respiration noticeable. "Temperature i3'deg. "My physlcian reports some abrasions and the severe concussion of the cornice. He says ifIhad been fatter there would have been a number of flesh wounds. "I was trying my new riding habit from Boston. ty riding habit was formed there. But where I erred was in trying the habit with. out blinding the horse. You can't come into full bloom that way of a sudden on a horse that has had no advantages and who has never been accustomed to a great burst of loveliness. "So we came home from the trial by dif. ferent roads. When my wife saw the palfrey coming home wearing the saddle under his stomach, she said that it was just like me to send home the horse dra...

Publication Title: Broadford Courier And Reedy Creek Times, The
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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

G zacre e tt G e Evans, . res, priatFlowe rda le; Jas Fnlay 19 acres, . ry zip, A. i. nay. ldacres, ouffy anre Tar combens A. . Finly, 94 appcres, aac Kobyboyneill os. milFryne, onnane, 6 acresTraawool; J. Green, 37 acres, Lropmore; Gs-ch andM. Coonhrystan, 8 acres, Flowerdale; M. K. DlahKenzie. 2836 acres, GhI Ghin; Jane Evans, 7 acres, Tra Flwool; Jas. Ratfordlay, 19 acres, Mitchellfy; A. Thos. Singltonay, 134 acres, lenaroua; do, Ta 3 acres, do; Thos. Smedl4 acresy, Kogyb ares Clonbinane; Wm. ]hodes, 3 acres, Broad.' ford Robert Teakle, 190 acres, Clonbin'ane ; J. Thomas, 6acres, Clonbinane; D. Tyrer, 376 and 58 acres, poea; Grace and Chite, acres, Glenburni John aulhiteman, 6 acres, Taa roadfordol; Jas. Stewart, 34 acres, Switerll land. Agricultural and Grazing areas avail. abhle.--Anglesey, Ganon, Glo ?res, 6oa; d and 60a; allots hoda, 3, and 87 respe, Broad. tively. Agriferous La?nds Available,-Anglesels 26Maintongoon acres, Ye5oa; Derrilace hite, 14 Agrlectoral Reandvision Cr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

Locdal ndti .eneral News. be a happy and prosperous one for all our readers and friends is our sincere wish. BAL..-A ball is to be held inthe Me. chanics' Hall, Tallarook, on Monday next, New Year's day. NEW YEsttsa DAY.-Qn Monday next a cricket match will be played between the loral club and Middle Park, on the recrea; tlon ground. CosCEI:r AND BALL.-A concert and ball was held at Strath Creek on prxipg night in aid'of the Flowerdale Cricket Club. Full report is withheld. GAzETTDe.-Messrs. Neils Bidstrup, J. S. Brown, Jonathan Coglson, Bernard bIgIms, and J. O. Prescott have been gazetted as members of the Broadford Board of Advic?, 270. RecctvEp.- 'e have top acknoswledge receipt of complimentary tickets from the Kilmore Turf Club, for the New Year's Day meeting, per er. A. Ar. f. MHudson, the amiable secretary. PanESTra S?aIs.-P.M. Bloxham, of this town, gained secnd place in the maiden and hurdle races at Murchison on Boxing Day, and first pace in the obstacle race. Rl. HIedley ...

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The Broadford Courier, [?] CREEK T[?]ES. [?] FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1893. The Dairying Industry. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

FRIDAY, DICEIIE:IRt 2t9 . r93: The nilrying lndustry. As the heat of summer daily intensifies, 0 so do the complaints fr om butter fantor:es and cleameries regarding the want .of s cool accomrtnudation for the carriage of cr;ea,: by rail increase. \\lhat is re quired for the carriage, of these perish able pro:ucts, is. that the temperature in the trucks shall neuere exc.e l'o ? leg. Fah., while et toute to Melbourne. 'Ihe printcipal butter factories ha te tone to an I e.,ortmtus expiensc in providing reirigera uitm cthad:rbes I?r the purpoocof deliver iti;; the butter into the trluck.,, at at ttemfperature vat)ing from 5o to 6o dereo:'e, and afiter all this troutbl aind exps.!5 ':rure on the part of those engaged on thie dairying indus;ry, it is worse thalla annoying to hare to submit to the butter being conveyed to Mlelbourne in heated trucks, where Ihe temperature ralnges from 75 to 95 degrees. If the owners of factories sat. their butter ou its art ival at the city council's cool...

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Granny's Sceptre. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

Granny's aceptre. Grandmother sits in her high-backed chair, With her quiet smile and contented air; A pleasant night for the eye to meet Is she in herprint gown fresh and sweet. Though the only crown she has to wear Is the quaint cap crowning her silver hair; Yet she sits like a gracious queen on her throne Love is her sceptre, and love alone! Her faded eyes are so kind and sweet That the bairns, like birds, flock round her feet; Theirbiggest trouble seems easy to bear If Grandmother only strokes theirhair. What sympathy means, one understands Who feels the prese?ro of ler soft hands; Though many and many a trial she's had, Grandmotherneveris sour and sad. Ther's a miniature hid in an old worn case Of a girl with a lovely radiant face Brimming over with laughter and fun, With eyes like the starsnnd hair like the sun. And a mouth like a rosebud blown in two Tolet a glimmer of pearl gleam through; 'Tie Grandmother's face ere Time's sad plough Had made the furrows you s?e there now. B...

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CORSICAN BANDIT STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

CORSICAN BANDIT STORIES. .The following are stories of Corsian brigands selected from a budget contributed to the."Contemporary Review" by Miss Carolin? olland: THIE DANDIT AT THE PIICTIC. A party of gentlemen were out shooting on Monto r'Oro, and during their midday repast onenof them looking up, said: "Why, these -must be the very haunts of Bellacosoia; what wonld Inot give to seehim!" Like a die tant echo a voice replied, "Blellacoecla you will never see, but . eoartez vons un pen!" (secatter a little!) The gentle men all rose hastily, a bottle was standing in theirmidat, a shot was 'eard, and the corkflew into the air ! The two bandits, however, by no means decline to receive visitore who come with proper introductions. Among other illustrious gueosts they have entertained the famous novelist, Edmond About. According to Paul Bourde, one of them wears a watch presented by a Duchess Saxe.Coburg, and the other -?hbots gen. darmes with a gun given him by an\English lord." .I WOUOLD ...

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The Breed of Cows for Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

The Breed of Cows for Butter. " What breed of cows I. beat for the butter dairymani" There are good cows in all breeds, includinu the common breeds, but none of them will return a profit to their owners unless they are properly fed and cared for. A good cow will notrepond in good flow of rich milk if fed on dry hay, rotten straw, nor if forced to stand out and snhver on the lea side of a barbed wire fence. Such treatment and foods are for re duction, not production. We have seen cows standing un the blinding storm, as it their owners were trying to find out by experiment which of them coul stoand the most ibuec. Such treatment is expensive, and coats cash in foods and butter fats. The owners cannot avoid it. To do better will be to improve upon such bar barous treatment. If a man does not know better, in this age of improvement, books, and aegrinltnraljspapers, than to thus abuse his cows and waste hi foods, he should learn better, or else go out of the dairy business. WHIAT IS MILK...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

Advertisements. ' IFATING'S LOZENGES." " A Simple Fact about " KE.ATINGS COUYH :LOZ ENGES. Ae}: throughout the world, in any coetry .that can be samed, you will find them largely sold, 'here is absolutely no remedy that is so speedy givin giving relief, so certain to cure, and yetthe most de.icate can take them.' " . r' A TERRIBLE .COUG?" 1' 94, Commercial Road, geckham, July 12. " Dear Sir,-I am a poor hand at express. ing my feelings, but I should like to thank you. Yourlopepges have done wonderp in reliering my terrible cough. Since I had -he operation f 'Traolheutomy' (the same n-e the late Emperor of Germany, and unlike him, thank eod, I am still alive) performed at St. artholomew's Hospital, no one could possibly hare had a more violent cough ; it was qo bad at times that it quite ephansted nme. The mucus, which was very copious and hard, has been softened, and I have been able to get rid of it without dilculty.---I am, sir, yours truly, J. HILL." UTTERLY UNRIVALLED The above ...

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Penrith Dairy Class. [Newspaper Article] — The Broadford Courier and Reedy Creek Times — 29 December 1893

Penrith Dairy Class. A.--'.The Girl I left behin?l le." _.ourteen n?os.girle t,,Penrith 1'ot i, -T t town of itmpure ate,.... Dairy teaching both plain and sound, Is what they're searching after. All you who would good butter make, Long.laotiug, sweet and firm, Cleanse well each vessel that ycn take, And scald to death the "germ." Use water cold, and water hot, And cold once more, thirJd turn, To wash away each greasy clot, And perfect mnake your churn. The cows of Ayr, beyond the Tweed, For butter good are very, The Jersey too, and Shorthorn breed, Best-I'addy'a cow from Kerry. Have free the byre from nasty smell, For drinking use pure water : With wholesome food your row feed well. Uood pupil makes good daughter. Best is that cream which rises fast. Make winter glass mark" sixty." At" lifty-eight" wbeu March is leassed, The colder glass can fixed be. A diaphragm churn you must get, Half filled with cream it should be, And on the lid a pane be set, And also there vent-plug be. Slow...

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